Young Pakistani student breaks ACCA global exam record

Lahore, Muhammad Abdullah, a young Pakistani student has been declare for the global award winner by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) for achieving the highest mark in ACCA September session 2020 exams.

The ACCA has the 527,000 students in various 179 countries and carefully test the competencies, skills and abilities that requires by the modern accountant, while also prepare them for their presence in qualified and finance professionals.

Muhammad Abdullah achievement present the Pakistan globally that we have potential and our youth has the ability to prove them in the modern business market and it will create the opportunities for the other students to get employment in the market.

His father is an accountant and he is very happy to see his son’s career in accountant and finance professional and his mother has a Master’s degree in English Literature.

“I feel that this pressure has motivated me to step out of my comfort zone. As a professional in the future, I aim to bring a positive change in society and work toward empowering youth from underprivileged backgrounds. Having the ACCA qualification will provide me with the necessary skills and vision to do exactly that.” Muhammad Abdullah said.

Abdullah is currently studying the ACCA-embedded BSc. in Accounting and Finance program from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).

He also added, “My message for the country’s youth is to never underestimate or limit your potential. With dedication, we can achieve anything and compete against everyone. And I see this success as just the beginning of a great career journey that awaits everyone with ambition, talent, and courage.”

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